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Though season 10 of The Real Housewives of Orange County was filled with the loss of multiple relationships in Vicki Gunvalson's personal life, she gained the support and friendship from someone audiences might have least expected after the cameras stopped rolling.
At the wrap of season 10, audiences watched as the veteran Housewife both defended and said goodbye to her former beau, Brooks Ayers, which resulted in the loss of friendship and trust from her fellow castmates – a feeling that RHOC alum Gretchen Rossi knew all too well.
"It's interesting to see how time away from people kind of helps heal wounds and helps change things," Rossi, 37, exclusively tells PEOPLE.
Jessie Graff made history on American Ninja Warrior Monday night.
The Supergirl stuntwoman, who has given everyone a run for their money throughout the competition series, was the first woman ever to complete Stage I during the Las Vegas finals.
Graff, 32, tells PEOPLE about her accomplishment: "I hope it will show women that feminine is strong – that we can frequently do more than people think we can – sometimes even more than we believe ourselves, if we're willing to work for it."
ASHLEY/JARED/CAILA CIRCUS CONTINUESThis love triangle is officially going in circles. Picking up where we left off last week, Caila was back with more sugar-coated cattiness aimed at Ashley than we could have ever dreamed of.
Caila: I'm sorry that you guys are longtime friends and that he like, loves you like a sister. You and I don't have to talk for the rest of the time here, if that's what you want!
It's safe to say Kelly Dodd hasn't made the best first impression on fellow Real Housewives of Orange County star Heather Dubrow.
After an explosive battle with Shannon Beador at her '70s party and a foul-mouthed sushi dinner that left Dubrow fleeing in tears, Dodd's built a reputation for herself that's less-than-stellar in the Dubrow's eyes.
Jay Pharoah is firing back at critics of his former Saturday Night Live costar Leslie Jones.
The comic defended Jones – who has recently fallen victim to both racist Internet trolling and an online hack in which personal photos of her were leaked – on the Video Music Awards' red carpet Sunday, telling Entertainment Tonight: "That is my friend, people need to leave her alone."
Niecy Nash had a little trouble controlling her emotions when she found out she was nominated for an Emmy this year – but her husband was the one who paid for public reaction.
"This year when the nominations came out I was at a restaurant having breakfast with my husband and all of a sudden my phone starts going crazy and I literally started bawling my eyes out," the Getting On and Scream Queens star tells PEOPLE in an exclusive video.
"We had to hurry up and leave the restaurant because everyone in the restaurant thought my husband was being mean to me," continues Nash, 46, who married electrical engineer Jay Tucker in 2011. "You have all these people giving him the stink eye, like, 'What is he saying to that woman?' "
Dancing with the Stars doesn't return until Sept. 12, but the team behind ABC's reality dance competition has been working for months to get the right cast for season 23.
With the full cast expected to be announced Tuesday, DWTS executive producer Rob Wade – who casts the show alongside casting co-executive producer Deena Katz and ABC's Rob Mills and Joey Tague – talks to PEOPLE about what it's really like putting together a cast of dynamic pro dancers and captivating celebrity contestants.
Derek Hough may not be singing in the rain this fall, but he will still be dancing with the stars.
PEOPLE reported Friday that the longtime Dancing with the Stars pro would be returning to the ABC reality dance competition, but now Hough has formally announced he will be back in the ballroom for season 23.
"I'm a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. This fall, I was planning on being immersed in rehearsals for Singin' in the Rain on Broadway, but due to successes of the shows currently running, that project has been delayed because there simply isn't a theatre available," Hough posted on his Facebook page Monday.
Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell are home sweet home!
In a newly released trailer for the Bachelor couple's upcoming reality series Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?, Higgins and Bushnell arrive at their new home as an engaged couple.
"Home sweet home," Higgins says as he pushes the front door open to his and Bushnell's new Colorado abode.
Ralph Macchio thinks "it seems a little too soon" for Ryan Lochte to join Dancing with the Stars.
Just a few weeks after the professional swimmer made global headlines after he falsely alleged that he was robbed at gunpoint during the Rio Olympics, Lochte signed on to join season 23 of the ABC dancing reality show.
"It seems a little too soon, but man, you just don't know. It'll be tough for him to spin it this quickly," Macchio, who competed on season 12 of DWTS, told PEOPLE at the Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe. "Not that I have every piece of detail about it, but it is a platform, it is the only platform on primetime that really wants you to succeed. It does not aim, it likes those Bindi Irwin stories that are just magical."
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